From launch day, this site has operated with a technology called CSS3 Media Queries in order to adapt the design and the layout of the site to be optimised for whatever device you happen to be viewing it on. You can see this in action (if you’re on a computer right now) by grabbing the right-hand edge of your browser window and dragging it to make the width smaller. As you drag your window to be smaller, you’ll see the design of the site change to suit your new your new viewport. In this way, the site should deliver a tailored experience perfectly not just on popular Apple mobile devices – but all devices with a browser.
Recent Updates To The Site
In the last few weeks we’ve updated lots of different areas of the site. If you’re a regular reader – you may have noticed several visual changes from day to day. The biggest of these is the new, darker, header for the site. This is part of some adjustments which we’re making to categories over the next few weeks in order to bring you more and even higher quality content than ever before. It also means our mobile versions are evolving and becoming more easy to use, which is good for you and good for us!
Adding Travelllll.com To Your Home Screen
For those who do happen to have an Apple device, we’ve built in an extra little feature for you. If you visit Travelllll.com from you iPhone or iPad and select “Add to Home Screen” from the bookmarks menu, you’ll get a custom web app icon which you can use to get to the site quickly and easily when you’re on the go.
Mobile applications can be fun, but this way we can distribute a single site across as man devices as possible – and you don’t end up sitting around waiting for updates to happen. Whenever the site gets updated, so do all the mobile versions.
Don’t forget that you can also add the Travelllll.com feed to your mobile RSS reader of choice – our favourite at the moment is Flipboard, but there are plenty of great ones out there.
With such a large range of devices on the market out there – it’s really hard to test across all of them. So if you notice any hiccups or problems on a particular device… or you have any suggestions for improvements for a specific device – please do let us know.
And of course – let us know what you think overall!
Devices image by The Happy Bit